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Jan 12, 2013 8:30am PST
well deserved award as a most empowering city employee, that is lucinda from the fire department to do the next award for nerc. (applause) >> thank you, i want to say on behalf of chief hayes white who could not be here tonight nert is a [speaker not understood] with the community of san francisco. the marina navy demanded training. 23 plus years later the fire department is still working with the community on this great program. we have great training and support for what you do in your neighborhood. the neighborhood that you live in, the earthquake knows no boundaries, the earthquake does not pay attention to that. we're all going to be in this together so getting to know who you are in the portola, getting to know who you know is critical. (applause) >> the critical piece to the nert program. and that happens through neighbors building their teams and building what is going to be the network that we have together. so, thank you to the battalion 2 chief. hilbtion hickey is here on the chief's behalf. nora is here today and donna is going to tell you why. (applause) * >> good eveni
Jan 28, 2013 9:30am PST
"right this minute" viewers, lucinda, who told us it was not uncommon for them to see seagulls standing on the power lines but this was obvious unusual. >> poor little guy. >> trying toe hard to get away but going nowhere. >> he eventually called city workers to try to come to rescue the seagull. very carefully put the rescue pole in one of the cables. they slightly pull on it. >> oh! so simple. >> the seagull seemed to be just fine after it. it circled around them twice, probably to say, thank you, folk, i'm outta here, and then left. >> pooped on someone's head. >>> all right, everyone. it begins today. the great "rtm" ipad mini. >> in just a bit we'll give you monday's buzzword and telling you how to enter. remember, you have to be 18 years or older to enter for your chance to win an ipad mini. >> stand by for monday's buzzword and good luck, everybody. >>> we're about to witness an argument at the root of which i tell you is muffins. this lady here in the blue hoody goes up to the counter. >> let me have -- >> she's undecisive. here comes a guy in the green fleece. >> back in line,
Jan 28, 2013 9:00pm PST
-songwriter lucinda williams turned 60 and today is the birthday of talk radio star randi rhodes and alan alda 28 years ago today. usa for africa recorded "we are the world" proving that an anointing song with too much air play could actually help people. this is sup. [ ♪ music ♪ ] >> john: good evening i'm john fugelsang. thank you for joining us. what a day. who said bipartisanship is dead in washington? well, a bi friendly group of eight senators got so friendly that they met five times to work out principles for a comprehensive plan to overall our nation's immigration laws. now the group includes democratic senators schumer menendez and john mccain, lindsey graham and likely presidential hopeful marco rubio. today they introduced their principles for that immigration plan. yes, this is a work plan devised by senators that rest on four legislative pillars. they include creating a tough but fair path to citizenship for 11 million unauthorized immigrants in the u.s. reforming the legal immigration system. create an effective system to end the hiring of future unauthority id'd wo
Jan 28, 2013 6:00am PST
. >> john: it's "the stephanie miller show." i'm john fuglesang. sending both day greetings to lucinda williams. the best country singer in the world. "time" magazine called her america's greatest songwriter. she turned 60 this weekend. she's a rock star and a country star. kevin is in d.c. he's calling about harry reid. >> caller: good morning. >> it was good to see you in d.c. at sexy liberal. >> caller: the nerdhead loved you guy -- nerd herd loved you guys. they went into it -- thank you guys. >> john: you're the guy stephanie was kissing in the audience during the show. >> caller: i have to be fed intravenously for a few days. i didn't want to alter the tingle of the kiss. >> john: turns out she has life-threatening mono. but what's your question? [ laughter ] nothing she can do would turn me off. you know that by now. [ laughter ] >> caller: i'm going to be contrarian just a little bit. because i'm off and have lived my life -- it has served me well. for that reason, the thing with harry reid, i was upset he did that. i was looking back at footage where he said he wasn't going to
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